"Oddly Timed Stoner Jazz Rock with a Dash of Goth."
March 2016 : "I" (Full length Album)
August 2016 : Ghost Town / Phantasma (Singles)
"Unarmed" added to rotation on Rebel FM
Airplay of singles "Pandora", "Negativity", "Unarmed" & "Ghost Town" on a.o. RRR, SYN, 2SER, 4ZZZ
Album release tour
Cherry Bar Residency & Tour Vic / SA
International Tour (Portugal)
Nominated for the Cherry Award for best bands to play at Melbourne's Cherry Bar in 2016
SYN TV (Melbourne)
(a.o.) Sydney Morning Herald album review, TheMusic, Brag Magazine
Featured on a.o. The AU Review, Tonedeaf, Bombshellzine, TheMusic.com.au
"The band clearly likes to tease and with terrific self-confidence in their undoubted abilities the approach does create a lively anxiousness within their music."
Read it on smh.com.au
Exclusive Album Streaming at Blunt!
"...the “oddly timed stoner jazz rock with a dash of goth” (as their Facebook page so perfectly describes them) trio have made a name for themselves with a sound unlike any other – numbing hooks tied with groovy basslines, jam-worthy riffs and a voice so goddamn powerful the US are using it to overthrow Russia."
Read / Listen it at Blunt Magazine
Video of Negativity Premiered at The AU Review!
"If anything, try saying this song title five times fast…"
Read it at The AU Review!
'When the chorus rolls in there's good energy here." - Dave Ruby Howe (Triple J Unearthed Music Director)
Video of Pandora Premiered at Tone Deaf!
"Magnus means “the great” in Latin or “powerhouse” in old Norwegian, and the Sydney based power-group live up to the expectations of their name with the release of their new single ‘Pandora’."
Read it at Tone Deaf!
Magnus Release Explosive New Single and Video for “Pandora”
Read what CoolTry says about us.
"Listening to this album make me feel strange. Grungy and primal in some places, tickling the blood as it goes in, tracing through the veins.
Equally as anxiety-inducing as it is relieving, the mixture of results is a ultra satisfying wave rolling out and over the listener. Especially in the beginning.
There’s no room to move when the listener doesn’t know what’s coming next, paralysis invades the system like a lucid dream, wanting to move but having only the inside of ones head to stretch out in.
No need to fight it, there is no harm in sinking into the almost unnatural feels generated by this music. Touch the musical space as it begins to expand and assimilate. Sink into I, there’s more room in here than it seems." (SP- Live Wire)